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NCAA.com | November 15, 2015

College football highlights: The best from Week 11

Here are the absolute best highlights and moments from Week 11 of the college football season.

Oregon's Charles Nelson dashes to the end zone from 75 yards out:

Oregon Football: Nelson 75-yd TD
Baylor's 6-foot-7, 410-pound tight end LaQuan McGowan catches 5-yard touchdown pass:

Sterling Shepard makes an incredible catch and dive for a Sooner score in the second:

Alex Collins rumbles 80 yards to the house against LSU:

Arkansas Football: Collins long TD run
LSU's Malachi Dupre catches a TD pass off a crazy deflection:

LSU Football: Dupre ridiculous TD
Josh Adams busts the longest run in Notre Dame history. 98 yards:

Dana Holgorsen crowd surfs after win over Texas:

TCU's KaVontae Turpin zigs and zags his way on this punt return touchdown:

Georgia's Isaiah McKenzie takes this punt all the way back against Auburn:

Utah State's Hunter Sharp makes the catch and then reaches for the score:

Akron's Austin Wolf lays out for this 40-yard catch:

Michigan State turns this interception into six points:

Macgarrett Kings Jr. hauls in a pass with one hand for Michigan State:

Dalvin Cook scores TD, sets Florida State's single-season rushing record:

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